Books Relating to Time Travel  (Alphabetical by Title)

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In this post, I will be maintaining an alphabetical list, by book title, of books I have either read, or of which I am aware, which involve time travel in some fashion.

This will be a living, growing list going forward.  I am fairly confident that my initial list includes most of the best known novels about time travel, and quite a few lesser known ones as well.  But I am under no illusion that I have identified them all.  Since this will be a growing document, please check back periodically for any new additions.

If you check the list and don’t see a book about time travel that you know of, please let me know and I would happy to add it to my list.  Just email me the book title and the author’s name to .

This is an alphabetical list by book title.  I…

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The Fugitive – a TV review


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The Fugitive  (1963-1967) – 4 seasons

Starring:    David Janssen; Barry Morse; Bill Raisch

Synopsis and Tidbits:

The Fugitive is #2 on my personal list of the top 10 TV shows of all time.

Wrongly convicted of the murder of his wife, pediatrician Dr Richard Kimble (played by David Janssen) is freed when the train crashes while taking him to be executed.  He is doggedly pursued over four seasons by Indiana police Lieutenant, Phillip Girard (Barry Morse), as Kimble pursues the infamous one-armed man (played by Bill Raisch) whom he saw running from his house on the night his wife was murdered.  While he is on the run, he is in constant fear of the police, and of Girard.   In spite of that, he befriends and often saves many people, and sometimes entire communities, often using his medical knowledge to do so.  He also has many narrow escapes…

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